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Miami, FL 33137
 
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1 oz American Silver Eagle Brilliant Uncirculated

Brilliant Uncirculated America Silver Eagles in GEM Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Invest in Silver, own American Silver Eagles
From $36.77

1884 Gold Dollar PR66 PCGS HW Bass Collection

1884 G$1 PR66 PCGS. JD-1, R.4. Ex: H.W. Bass, Jr. Collection. This piece represents the usual variety for proof 1884 gold dollars, with bold repunching on the date. The Mint struck 1,006 proof gold dollars in 1884, although likely fewer than 200 pieces survive in all grades. The issue is notably rare as fine as PR66, the grade of the present coin. This piece, formerly in the Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, displays a sharp strike and beautifully mirrored fields, with modest, undesignated field-device contrast. Rich orange-gold color adorns each side. Eye appeal is excellent. Population: 9 in 66, 5 finer (11/22). Ex: Marks Collection (Kosoff, 10/1971), lot 1607; Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection (Bowers and Merena, 10/1999), lot 234 Asking $12,750
$15,500.00

1895 Morgan Dollar PR65 PCGS CAC

The 1895 Morgan dollar is famously available in proof format only and generates an almost incomparable degree of intrigue among series enthusiasts. It has been well-documented that the official records show a production of 12,000 circulation strikes in 1895. Collectors have long debated as to whether that figure represents an erroneous entry, whether the coins were, indeed, produced but melted later on, or whether there are unreported examples somewhere out there. The latter possibility seems highly unlikely, considering that more than 120 years have passed without a single example coming to light. Until one does, collectors must compete for one of the 880 proofs manufactured. Don't miss this opportunity to add this to your collection.
$95,000.00

1881-S Morgan Dollar MS68 PCGS CAC

From a mintage of 12.7 million pieces, the 1881-S Morgan dollar is readily available in high grade, making it an ideal choice for type collectors. This magnificent MS68 specimen exhibits sharply detailed design elements throughout, and the virtually flawless brilliant surfaces radiate vibrant mint luster from both sides. The high quality within the grade is confirmed by the CAC sticker. PCGS has graded only 2 numerically finer examples and CAC has seen 1 finer
$7,500.00

1895 Morgan Dollar PR40 PCGS

The 1895 Morgan dollar is famously available in proof format only and generates an almost incomparable degree of intrigue among series enthusiasts. It has been well-documented that the official records show a production of 12,000 circulation strikes in 1895. Collectors have long debated as to whether that figure represents an erroneous entry, whether the coins were, indeed, produced but melted later on, or whether there are unreported examples somewhere out there. The latter possibility seems highly unlikely, considering that more than 120 years have passed without a single example coming to light. Until one does, collectors must compete for one of the 880 proofs manufactured. Don't miss this opportunity to add this to your collection.
$49,500.00

1893-CC Morgan Dollar MS63 NGC

The Carson City Mint ceased coinage operations on June 1, 1893, after striking 677,000 Morgan dollars during the previous five months. Quantities of this issue were released into circulation, but almost no government stores survived the 1918 Pittman Act melts. By the time of the GSA sales in the 1970s, only a single coin remained in government possession. This MS63 example is well-struck and brilliant, with vibrant cartwheel luster. A wonderful example for the Carson City enthusiast or Morgan Dollar collector.
$11,000.00

1895 Morgan Dollar PR61 PCGS

The 1895 Morgan dollar is famously available in proof format only and generates an almost incomparable degree of intrigue among series enthusiasts. It has been well-documented that the official records show a production of 12,000 circulation strikes in 1895. Collectors have long debated as to whether that figure represents an erroneous entry, whether the coins were, indeed, produced but melted later on, or whether there are unreported examples somewhere out there. The latter possibility seems highly unlikely, considering that more than 120 years have passed without a single example coming to light. Until one does, collectors must compete for one of the 880 proofs manufactured. Don't miss this opportunity to add this to your collection.
$62,500.00
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